Thursday, December 7, 2006

My four months at Kings

So as most of you know, I took the Foundation Year Programme at University of Kings this Fall/Winter. This course was probably the hardest, craziest and yet most enjoyable 4 months of my education career.

I honestly have read more literature in the past 4 months than in my entire life, over hundreds of Archie comics included. I learned about the Ancient World and how Greeks/Romans perceived the world through epic tales and debates on how to rule the world. I learned about the Middle Ages and how people came to know God, to use Him and how people perceived Hell and Heaven. I also learned of the Renaissance years and how people spread Chrisitianity into all corners of the world in the Reformation period.

So as you can see, I learned an extreme amount of things this year so far and I got through it in the end with a smile on my face.




Sean McMullen said...

ryan, i've been thinking about those days when you, matt and me would go down steep hills on that small red tricycle of ours. We were the "Canadian Downhill Tricycle Team" (influenced greatly by the stellar B-movie 'Cool Runnings'.

I'm happy that you made it through one year! I'm almost there. I've got one week left.


Briggins said...

Kings students don't know the definition of work overload. :P

Briggins said...

And I remember the tricycle haha